Co-Educational (3-16) Day and Weekly Boarding
TEACHER OF MATHS
Required for September 2021
Belmont School is an independent day, flexi and weekly boarding school for boys and girls aged 3 to 16. Situated close to the town of Dorking in the Surrey Hills, Belmont enjoys a 65-acre rural site enabling pupils to enjoy a vibrant, creative and wholesome school environment.
The School comprises the Early Years (Pre-Reception and Reception), Prep School (Years 1 to 6) and Senior School (Year 7 upwards). Classes rarely exceed 16 pupils in the Prep School and 20 in the Senior School.
The successful candidate will be required to teach Maths across Key Stages 3 and 4 with the possibility of some Year 6 teaching too. There are two sets in each year group. The post would suit a fully qualified teacher of Maths with experience of teaching to GCSE level, and evidence of sound results in a mixed ability environment. We are interested in talking to both experienced teachers looking for a new challenge as well as newly qualified teachers at the beginning of their career.
The ability to teach a second subject will be a distinct advantage.
Teachers are responsible for ensuring high standards of learning and achievement for all pupils they teach and are expected to play a full part in the life of the school. They share collective responsibility for the daily running of the school, including the work of a form teacher (if required), and other supervisory duties.
Closing date extended to 15th April 2021
We are not able to offer visits to the school prior to interview.
Staff are eligible for a staff discount of 50% against the basic school fee for any children who attend Belmont School.
Free meals, refreshments and free parking are also available on site.
Details, job description and application form can be found on our website https://www.belmont-school.org/our-school/vacancies and an application pack is attached to this advertisement.
Belmont School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. The successful applicant is expected to be committed to his or her responsibilities for safeguarding children. Rigorous pre-appointment checks will be undertaken including telephone conversations with referees. The successful candidate will be required to complete a disclosure application form from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).